The National Association of Mortgage Brokers (NAMB)
has presented Vermillion Consulting Inc.
with its 2018 Community Impact Award, presented during the recent NAMB National event in Las Vegas. NAMB presents its Community Impact Award to an individual or organization that bestows a high level of involvement and investment in making their communities a better place to live.
“NAMB takes great pleasure in recognizing Vermillion Consulting Inc. for their hard work in 2018 to improve the lives of so many people across several communities," said Richard Bettencourt, President of NAMB, “The work Dale and his team do to create real change through giving within Mortgage Professionals Providing Hope which they founded in 2006, as example, is second to none. Their long and honorable record of public engagement is a wonderful example of how to be a fantastic neighbor for our entire marketplace to recognize and model themselves after. Please join NAMB in congratulating Vermillion Consulting for their tireless dedication to positively impacting communities and we are eager to watch this organization continue their philanthropic endeavors within 2019 and many years thereafter.”
NAMB measures applicant’s overall mentoring, time-donations and community impact for each Community Impact Award along with how applicants incorporate their community giving into their everyday operations, and how each organization creates pathways for their employees to also become actively involved.
“On behalf of our entire team, I want to communicate how incredibly honored and humbled we are to have been chosen for this year’s Community impact Award,” said Dale Vermillion, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vermillion Consulting Inc. “We are so grateful to be recognized by the National Association of Mortgage Brokers and their members. Like NAMB, we believe that we are all called to help those in need in everything we do and practice that belief daily and are very privileged to be partnered with such a great organization that believes in the same ideals."